Companies worldwide serving the maritime bulkindustry have entered this year’s IBJ Awards in record numbers. IBJ has received over 130 submissions read more...
FormerWorld Footballer of the Year, Ruud Gullit, is to host the IBJ Awards 2014. Theglittering ceremony will be held on the evening of 17th November read more...
The global maritime bulk industrygathered on 18th November for the IBJ Awards, a salute toexcellence in the maritime bulk industry, at the Salle read more...
International Bulk Journal
International Bulk Journal - The magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ.
The IBJ Awards 2013 were held at the Salle Wagram, Paris, on Monday 18th November view winners list.
Two of a kind
Terex is to provide and integrated, double capacity bulk handling solution for Yara in southern Brazil
DustBoss' adjustable bracket for dust suppression rings
Shipowners gloomy, ports upbeat
Whilst India's bulk shipowners have been in the doldrums due to tonnage oversupply, the country's ports are investing and looking to continue ambitious growth patterns
A double milestone
As dignitaries gathered in Norway recently to mark the 150th anniversary of the Foundation Det Norske Veritas (DNV) and the one year anniversary of its merger with Germanischer Lloyd (GL), DNV GL considers how it will further improve maritime safety in future
On the right track at last
South Africa is upping its game in rail infrastructure and services. Neighbouring countries also look set to benefit from greater connectivity to maritime gateways
Double success for ELB
ELB/DRA joint venture ARDBEL has commenced with the design of the Waterberg Coal Project as ELB itself completes a rebuild and replacement at Matola, Mozambique
Republic of Ireland based Buttimer Group are actively working with their customers to ensure that the company's DOCKSOLID equipment is reliable, efficient and perfectly suited to the bulk handling process
Investing in a prosperous future
Ports, terminal operators and stevedoring companies are investing heavily in new facilities on the US Gulf and along the Mississippi River, to the benefit of the local communities and the national economy
The flexible solution
Telestack's mobile harbour equipment is providing a proven alternative to traditional systems in ports and terminals
Australian miners dig deep
BHP Billiton has posted record annual iron ore production in Western Australia for the fourteenth consecutive year, while Queensland coal production also hit an all-time high
Stackers reclaim their role
They may lack some of the prestige of the other dry bulk cargo handling systems, but stackers and reclaimers have an important role to play
Match Tracks adds value
Ohio-based Pickands Mather is using its vast experience in bulk materials handling to provide IT solutions and add value for port and terminal managers
Delivering remarkable efficiencies
Global provider of online software solutions, AXSMarine, has built a reputation for trust amongst international shipping industry professionals
Self-unloading bulk carriers have expanded their horizon in the past decade beyond their original niche turf of the North American Great Lakes
The future is automation
Alan Hurdsman, Chief Strategy Officer at global leader in smart commodity management software solutions, Eka, explains how automation will be central to bulk handling sites in coping with increasing volumes and describes how the grain handling sites of the future may appear
Winning long term
Singapore-based Winning Logistics is working with its Chinese contacts and primary producers worldwide for mutually beneficial growth